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Global Network for Anti-Microbial Resistance and Infection Prevention

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the major issues facing our species: by 2050, if not tackled, it will kill more people than cancer, and cost us, globally, more than the size of the current global economy

In Your Hands

A short film developed by the Mapping Microbes Project, telling the story of the spread of pathogens in a simulated hospital ward

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AMR Poem

Pupils from Clever's Origin Junior School, Kitintale, performing at the Global-NAMRIP Conference in Kampala, Uganda

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Global-NAMRIP brings together people from multiple disciplines across the world to conduct game changing fundamental research into AMR, translated for the benefit of society. We achieve this by influencing policy practices and producing new devices and therapies across the health, food, water and waste sectors.

We support the 'One Health' approach to tackling AMR recognisng the interconnections between human and animal health, the environment and food supply chains.

 

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If you are interested in the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance why not become a member of NAMRIP? Complete this short form with your details.

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